Marriott Resort on Maui Debuts $100M Revamp
- Dec 13, 2016
Wailea, Hawaii—New and transformed spaces will soon be available at Wailea Beach Resort – Marriott on Maui. The 22-acre property is set to debut its $100 million revamp on December 24.
The restoration brings a reimagined arrival experience, six new dining options including Humble Market Kitchin by Roy Yamaguchi, three distinct new pool environments, as well as 547 redesigned guestrooms and suites, along with the complete modernization of all indoor/outdoor meeting and event spaces, fitness center and spa. As the closest resort to the shoreline on the island, the property also provides endless adventure and activities inspired by the spirit of the ocean.
Every facet of the renovation evokes a strong sense of place. The resort’s proximity to the water is maximized by a design that creates a synergy with the ocean through clean lines and simplicity in architecture. The layout includes both intimate alcoves for relaxing, as well as large spaces for gathering, befitting romantic retreats, family time or meetings.
Guests can also enjoy a cultural experience curated exclusively for the resort. Te Au Moana, also known as “The Ocean Tide” Luau, transports guests on a journey through the island’s history and its people in song, dance and oral tradition.
For children younger than 12, the Kolohe Keiki Club offers an engaging learning and play facility with full- and half-day programs. GameSpace is an inviting venue to entertain teens and families with foosball, billiards, shuffleboard and vintage arcade and Xbox games. The Movie House is complete with a 90-inch screen, thunderous surround sound, beanbag seating for 60 and cinema snacks.
There is also a private lounge that features personal showers, lockers and spa-like amenities for guests to take full advantage of the resort before take-off or upon arrival.
“We are thrilled to introduce guests and the community to our transformed resort, and to the enduring and evolving spirit of Maui that makes a visit to the island so memorable,” Thomas Foti, general manager, Wailea Beach Resort – Marriott, Maui, said in prepared remarks. “With a rich history as Wailea’s first resort and our desirable location just steps from the water’s edge, we look forward to welcoming our guests to discover the new Wailea Beach Resort.”
Image courtesy of Wailea Beach Resort – Marriott, Maui